For those of you living in the Pensacola Bay Area, you may be wondering where you can go to escape the cube and enjoy the natural landscapes of northwest Florida. Of course you really just have to open the door and go for a walk, yet for those who want to get out in nature, here are our top 5 hiking picks in the Pensacola Bay Area.
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The Wilson B. Roberston boat and kayak launch is located on the Perdido River. The facility has a boat and kayak launch, making it easy to get on the river. Perdido River Boat Ramp includes a boat ramp and a separate launch for kayaks. Map to Wilson B. Robertson Boat […]
The Pipes kayak launch on Perdido River. The road is a dirt road and can flood at times.
Tarkiln Bayou Preserve State Park is located in southwest Pensacola. The state park is a 4,290-acre preserve northwestern Florida. Tar kiln Bayou includes a picnic area hiking trails and a small pier on Tarkiln Bayou. There is a half-mile long ADA boardwalk to Tarkiln Bayou. This park is home to […]